General Cardiology Fellows

Neil Kalwani, MD, MPP

3rd Year-Research

Dr. Neil Kalwani grew up in West Lafayette, Indiana and attended college at Yale University. He spent a year working in community outreach as an AmeriCorps member at a health center in New York City. He then earned graduate degrees in medicine and public policy from Harvard University and trained in internal medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital, where he completed the Management Leadership Track. His research focuses on assessing the impact of policies and care delivery More  innovations designed to improve the efficiency and value of care provided to patients with cardiovascular disease. He plans to pursue a career as an academic cardiologist with a focus on health services research and health care management.

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Ashish Sarraju, MD

3rd Year-Research

Dr. Ashish Sarraju grew up in India and attended college at Boston University, where he studied Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Mathematics. He spent a year after college at the Massachusetts General Hospital, working on developing iron-based nanoparticles for targeted diagnostics and therapeutics. He subsequently attended medical school at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. He went on to complete internal medicine residency at Stanford, serving as Chief Resident in 2017-2018.  More He plans to continue a career in academic cardiology with a focus on cardiovascular disease prevention and health inequities, centered on atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease and cardiometabolic disease such as dyslipidemias and diabetes. Related to this, he is interested in the role of health tech/digital health and is an American Heart Association SFRN fellow at the Center for Heart Health Technology (H2T) through the Center for Digital Health.

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